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Old 09-27-2011, 08:44 PM   #1
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Is there a company that makes a UMP45 clone for civilian use?
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Old 09-27-2011, 09:16 PM   #2
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Umm...yea, H&K. The H&K USC
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There are some true ump clones out there in sbr configs and 16" configs that you can get, but there are only available temporarily. I know gunbroker.com has some for sale. They're based off the usc but use ump parts for everything except the trigger control group.

Here's the link:

HK UMP USC SBR CONVERSION (NIB) in .45 ACP Cal. : Semi-auto at GunBroker.com

Says in the description that they can deliver it in 16" so you don't have to hassle with the sbr nonsense. If you end up buying it let me know how it shoots and handles. Im dying to get an ump.
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There are some true ump clones out there in sbr configs and 16" configs that you can get, but there are only available temporarily. I know gunbroker.com has some for sale. They're based off the usc but use ump parts for everything except the trigger control group.

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HK UMP USC SBR CONVERSION (NIB) in .45 ACP Cal. : Semi-auto at GunBroker.com

Says in the description that they can deliver it in 16" so you don't have to hassle with the sbr nonsense. If you end up buying it let me know how it shoots and handles. Im dying to get an ump.
I checked out the link that you provided, those damn things are expensive!
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I checked out the link that you provided, those damn things are expensive!
Hell yea. They shoot beautiful from what I'm hearing from some folks. Just can't be had for cheap. For the price I could like a crate of other subguns. But I just wouldn't be satisfied until I got my ump. . Other websites have it for around 5000$ so this ain't that bad. At least you can show it off and brag how hk doesn't hate you and you don't suck .
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Hell yea. They shoot beautiful from what I'm hearing from some folks. Just can't be had for cheap. For the price I could like a crate of other subguns. But I just wouldn't be satisfied until I got my ump. . Other websites have it for around 5000$ so this ain't that bad. At least you can show it off and brag how hk doesn't hate you and you don't suck .
I dont t know the name of the company but ive heard that you can get an MP5 clone for less than 1k.. I would even take one of them
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Yea been looking for those. Found this website

http://www.eastcoastfirearms.com/gallery/default.asp?parent_id=110&child_id=142&is_gallery= 1

I have no idea how legit it is, or the quality of the clones but they look damn good to me.

The norinco mp5 I have had no luck actually finding it for sale. But it's somewhere out there.
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